In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the heart of Herefordshire. Nice and central to the rest of country. We are between the two villages of picturesque Hoarwithy and Little Dewchurch. You have access to Hereford and Ross on Wye both 5 miles drive away.

The stunning River Wye is just a walk away from your tent.. with two traditional pubs that happen to on the way too! The New Harp Inn and the Cottage Of Content at Carey.

We can guide you to the best footpaths, picnic spots and wild swimming locations just a mile away from us. The river has a few pebble beaches areas which are ideal for spotting minos and paddling.

Star gazing on a clear night from the top of our South facing valley. The skies are so clear of light pollution so perfect for spotting star constellations and maybe shooting stars too.

Its worth mentioning that there is lots experience on site too; footpaths though 17 acres of beautiful woodland. Children can bring their bikes to explore them when the tracks are drier. The kids can make dens, collect firewood in the wheelbarrow, find tracks, see wildlife like rabbits, badgers, deer .. Lots and lots of birds to spot too.. We have swings dotted around the woodland too.

We love fire! Everyone has their fire pit for that quinessital toasting of marshmallows and BBQ ing. Everyone has their own little BBQ too.

The pizza oven is available to all who wish to cook their pizza the traditional way. Great activity for adults and kids!

Have a long hot soak under the stars in our wood fired hot hubs too.. Bliss! We have two hot tubs in total. Just pop your name down on arrival to book your slot. We charge £30 if you’d us to heat for you or £20 if you wish to heat it yourselves. Whatever the weather this is worth experiencing!

Experiencing the river via canoe is a peaceful and fun activity.

We recommend

And Canoe The Wye

The Forest Of Dean is a short drive away. Ideal for experiencing Go Ape, hiring bikes to explore the beautiful forest trails, lakes to picnic by, and playgrounds for the children. You can even go Llama trekking.

We highly recommend Hampton Court just north of Hereford. Explore the manor house and beautiful gardens and tea room. Child friendly. Eastnor Castle and Goodrich Castle are close by too.

Head over the border into Wales for a day out to the book town of Hay On Wye. Lots of beautiful quirky vintage shops and of course tons of book shops. Great cafes and river walks there too.

Herefordshire is of course famous for its cider making and apple orchards! Take a tour around Westons Cider at Much Marcle. Well worth a visit with sampling included.

Other places our guests have loved are the Butterfly Zoo at Symonds Yat, The Maze also near by and Puzzlewood.. (Doctor Who and Merlin have both been filmed there).

Local food recommendations are Masons Merryvale Farm, just over a mile away where you buy organic milk and milkshakes from their vending machine. They sell organic veg, meat, soups, curry there too.

We also love a new local bakery that has just opened its doors this year, the Lough Bakery. Fresh bread and meals in a idilic location, 3 miles away on route to Ross on Wye.

The Cottage of Content pub is our number one recommendation for booking a delicious and special meal. Book in advance in peak times.

So many footpaths to explore leading from the campsite towards the river or deep into the countryside.